Daniela J. Palombo

Assistant Professor
phone 604 822 4156
location_on Kenny Room 3108--2136 West Mall

Research Area

Education

PhD, University of Toronto, 2013

Research

I investigate cognitive and neural factors associated with how we form and retain autobiographical memories and how this may differ across individuals. I also examine how autobiographical memory influences non-mnemonic functions, with a primary focus on future imagination and decision making. My research approach is multi-faceted; I explore these topics in healthy individuals as well as in neuropsychological (e.g., amnesia) and psychiatric populations (e.g., post-traumatic stress disorder). I also use neuroimaging methods, including MRI and fMRI.


Publications

For a list of Dr. Palombo’s publications, please visit her lab website.

Visit Dr. Palombo’s Google Scholar profile.


Awards

  • Rising Star Award from the Association for Psychological Science (2018)

Graduate Supervision

Dr. Palombo is currently accepting graduate students.


Daniela J. Palombo

Assistant Professor
phone 604 822 4156
location_on Kenny Room 3108--2136 West Mall

PhD, University of Toronto, 2013

I investigate cognitive and neural factors associated with how we form and retain autobiographical memories and how this may differ across individuals. I also examine how autobiographical memory influences non-mnemonic functions, with a primary focus on future imagination and decision making. My research approach is multi-faceted; I explore these topics in healthy individuals as well as in neuropsychological (e.g., amnesia) and psychiatric populations (e.g., post-traumatic stress disorder). I also use neuroimaging methods, including MRI and fMRI.

For a list of Dr. Palombo's publications, please visit her lab website.

Visit Dr. Palombo's Google Scholar profile.

  • Rising Star Award from the Association for Psychological Science (2018)

Dr. Palombo is currently accepting graduate students.

Daniela J. Palombo

Assistant Professor
phone 604 822 4156
location_on Kenny Room 3108--2136 West Mall

PhD, University of Toronto, 2013

I investigate cognitive and neural factors associated with how we form and retain autobiographical memories and how this may differ across individuals. I also examine how autobiographical memory influences non-mnemonic functions, with a primary focus on future imagination and decision making. My research approach is multi-faceted; I explore these topics in healthy individuals as well as in neuropsychological (e.g., amnesia) and psychiatric populations (e.g., post-traumatic stress disorder). I also use neuroimaging methods, including MRI and fMRI.

For a list of Dr. Palombo's publications, please visit her lab website.

Visit Dr. Palombo's Google Scholar profile.

  • Rising Star Award from the Association for Psychological Science (2018)

Dr. Palombo is currently accepting graduate students.